Took bread pan out of machine to make loaf of bread from scratch. Had it on a tray and by the time I was adding the dry ingredients, I noticed a puddle of water on the tray. I quickly added the flour thinking it would slow down the leak, then measured how much water was on the tray so I could add some back in. Put it quickly into the machine, hoping it would mix quickly and stop leaking. What needs replacing, the pan or maybe a gasket somewhere??

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SOURCE: Parts for Welbilt ABM3500 Bread Maker

I found some parts at the gourmet depot website for Welbilt bread machines. Try www.thegourmetdepotco.com, and search on Welbilt under "parts." I found several dough blades there. Not sure about other parts, though.

Posted on Feb 10, 2008

SOURCE: leaks

Dry the pan completely. Fill pan halfway with water - do not spill any water on the outside. Carefully lift up to view the bottom and see where it is leaking. If it is leaking around the central shaft, this solution will not work. If it is leaking out between the pan and the round drive assembly it is probably leaking near one of the rivets. Or it may be leaking elsewhere from a small crack elsewhere on the bottom (less likely). Mine had a hairline crack near the rounded ridge near one of the rivets. (It came from forcing the pan into the bread maker when the cross pins were not aligned properly. Turn paddle from underneath until it need not be forced.) I covered the crack area with a thin coating of J-B Weld. First, I roughed the area with an old dental tool and cleaned with acetone (Lowes hardware). I used a Q-tip with the end cut off to apply the mixed J-B Weld. J-B Weld is good up to 600 degrees F. Any high temp epoxy would work. I got J-B Weld at a local Advance auto store for about 4-5 dollars. I have made 3 loaves so far. No leak!. A very thin layer of crust sticks to the J-B Weld - not really a problem. Some Teflon paint should fix that.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

SOURCE: MY ABM600 WELBILT BREAD MACHINE

i need a new rubber gasket how can i get one for my bread machine e model abm600

Posted on Sep 02, 2008

SOURCE: Kneading blade stays in the bread

I had that problem with my Zoji breadmaker. I sprayed a little non-stick spray on the blad and it worked. You can also spray the pan.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

SOURCE: need a manual

Here you are:

http://www.breadmachinedigest.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/welbilt_abm-100-4_manual.pdf

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

SOURCE: Fozen shaft on breadmaker loaf pan

After further research it seems that Welbilt is out of business (I tried several customer service numbers, all disconnected). Figuring I had nothing to lose if I needed to buy a new machine anyway, I heated the shaft with a propane torch for a minute or so, and used vice grips to loosen the shaft. It still seems a bit 'tight' to me but it turns now, and I'll heat it again and add oil while it's hot to see if that loosens it up a bit. I may have damaged the nylon bushing that keeps the pan watertight. I'll have to test that before I use the machine again.

Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

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**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

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**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Jul 20, 2011 | Williams-Sonoma Brushed Stainless Steel...

Knowing your breadmaker's loaf capacity will enable you to find recipes of any variety on the Internet for free.

It will also keep you from adding too much ingredients which could cause dough to over-rise and spill onto the heating element.

Remove your bread pan from your breadmaker. Using a **one-cup 8-fluid-ounce liquid measure**, fill your bread pan with water. As you do, count the number of cups it takes to fill your bread pan to the very rim.

Generally speaking...

If your bread pan holds 7 & 10 cups to the rim then you have a 1.0 lb or 500 g loaf pan

10 & 11 cups to fill = 1.5 lb (700 g) loaf pan

11 & 13 cups to fill = 2.0 lb (900 g) loaf pan

13 & 15 cups to fill = 2.5 lb (1250 g) loaf pan

15 & 17 cups to fill = 3.0 lb (1350 g) loaf pan

Generally speaking...

A bread recipe for use in a 1.0 lb (500 g) breadmaker should never exceed 2-1/4 total cups of flour.

1.5 lb (700 g) = 3-1/4 c

2.0 lb (900 g) = 4-1/4 c

2.5 lb (1250 g) = 5-1/4 c

3.0 lb (1300 g) = 6-1/4 c

**Warning:** When testing a new bread recipe it is always best that you not leave your breadmaker unattended. Stay close by to monitor its progress from time to time.

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Jun 26, 2011 | Black & Decker B2300 Bread Machine

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

** **

**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

** **

**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

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This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Jan 15, 2011 | Magic Chef CBM310 Bread Maker

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Here is how you determine the size of loaf you can bake in your machine. You need to determine the capacity of your pan. Fill your pan with water and measure the cups added so you know how many cups of water are in the pan when it is full to the very top. Here are the conversions:

**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

** **

**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

** **

**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

____________________________________________________________________

This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Jan 12, 2011 | Oster 5834 ExpressBake Bread Maker

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**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

** **

**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

** **

**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

____________________________________________________________________

This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

FROM ANOTHER SITE:

To find your bread machine pan size:

Fill the bread pan with water and measure it out in cups

Less than 10 cups of water = 1 pound

11-13 cups of water = 1 1/2 pounds

More than 13 cups of water = 2 pounds

Dec 26, 2010 | Breadmakers

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**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

** **

**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

** **

**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

____________________________________________________________________

This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

FROM ANOTHER SITE:

To find your bread machine pan size:

Fill the bread pan with water and measure it out in cups

Less than 10 cups of water = 1 pound

11-13 cups of water = 1 1/2 pounds

More than 13 cups of water = 2 pounds

Dec 14, 2010 | West Bend 41077 Just For Dinner¿...

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**1)If your pan holds less than 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf**

** **

**2)If your pan holds 10 cups of water you can make: a 1 pound loaf and a 1.5 pound loaf**

** **

**3)If your pan holds 12 cups you can make: a 1 pound, 1.5 pound, and a 2.0 pound loaf**

____________________________________________________________________

This is rare, but if you pan holds 14 cups or more you can make all the above plus a 2.5 pound loaf

Nov 25, 2010 | Kenmore KTR2300 Bread Maker

If your bread pan holds less than 10 cups of water your machine only bakes a 1 pound loaf. If your breadpan holds 10 cups then you hav a machine capable of making a 1 or 1.5 pound loaf. If your pan holds 12 cups of water then your machine will bake all the way up to a 2 pound loaf.

Sep 30, 2010 | Breadmakers

The Teflon coating on the inside of the pan has worn. You will need a new pan and probably also a paddle. In the meantime you could try spraying the inside of the pan with cooking oil prior to each use.

Sep 21, 2009 | Breadmakers

After further research it seems that Welbilt is out of business (I tried several customer service numbers, all disconnected). Figuring I had nothing to lose if I needed to buy a new machine anyway, I heated the shaft with a propane torch for a minute or so, and used vice grips to loosen the shaft. It still seems a bit 'tight' to me but it turns now, and I'll heat it again and add oil while it's hot to see if that loosens it up a bit. I may have damaged the nylon bushing that keeps the pan watertight. I'll have to test that before I use the machine again.

Mar 30, 2009 | Welbilt ABM3500 Bread Maker

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